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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in UhrU. Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment ic E Delivered Daily to all parts of tlie city We guarantee to tatiify you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ib5. daily-----S2-W P" ZO Ibi. dsily___52.30 per month JO Ibs. daily___53.00 per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. CITY AND DISTRICT Councillor Resigns Councillor Sinclair of Blairmore has resigned. Masonic Notice The iUasoiiic lodges of the city attend church service tomorrow. Mem- bers please meet in Masonic hall at prompt. Visiting brethren cor- diallv invited. PHONE 1163. Insurance LOWEST RATES. LOSSES PAID IN FULL IN CASH. PROMPT, ADJUSTMENTS. EACH POLICY BACKED BY OVER ASSETS. SEE US.- C. R Kerr -3rd Avenue South. Closing Exercises The children of St. Basil's Separ- ate school will hold their closing ei- ercises on Monday evening next at S p.m. in tii'i auditorium of their new school. A carefully prepared program -will- be gone through, the principal iten- being the play "Esther." AH are cordially invited. The pupils' needlework will .be exhibited in one rj of the class rooms on the second (loot. Fears'Tso Much Moisture J. S- Stressinger, who represents the Jeremiah Williams Co. of Boston, returned to the city laai night from a Hour. of_the Cardston country, and re- ports thsftfce country has been almost swamped with, rain this week, and (that the roads are under water in j many places. Reclaims that It took j him five hours and forty minutes to jo eighteen miles, and that the car was stuck in the mud KO often that nfoat of the time was spent in pulling Jt oui. He also reports.a severe hail- storm near hut could not ascertain'its extent. He states that the crops are excellent; hut in dan- ger of getjing too much moisture. CHARLES CHAPLIN AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT In the. best Keystone yet put out by the popular Keystone factory, at the Fmpress for the last time tonight. Don't miss Cooling Wash Stops Itching Just a touch nf. this mild, soothing wash, the D.MX'.D.. Prescription, -will give you instant ;relief -from your j burning, itching skin and absolute protection from all summer skin trou- jbles. D. D. D.Ma a scientific com- pound 'of sbothing'oU of Wlntergreen and other healing .elements. .Don't fail to try- D. _D. D. for any Mali of summer-skin trouble. -It will give you welcome relief. A generous trial-bottle, for 25c. Ask also about D..D. D, Soapy Sold by J. :D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, D. P. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. Crystal Brand -Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the Market. Sold by All Grocers. Fresh Buttermilk Cooling', Delicious and Healthful Drink in Hot 5c; Gallon 15c. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street eth Ave. PHONE 1576 Established over Forty-one Years STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking fake Care of the Cents tnd Ultimately Become Indepen- dent 179 We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT iETHBRIDGE .BRANCH, 238 13tH Street X. F, Fresh Red Raspberries From Washington Wo expect ft large shipment of these for toiuorro Goosebprrle's. Now is (he time to set Strawberries Order today ami do not disappointed. _ FRESH WASHINGTON RED At lowest market price. FRESH and C.'s at lowest jnarket price. BING fine Per pound 20c 20 pound ease really fine, extra large size; large baskets, each ..........15c For erate ot 24 baskets as well us u largo shipment of Strawberries-aiul: and Gooseberries .for preserving. .Do liot dolay. COTTAGE fresh lot in 2 pounds FINEST CREAMERY fre'sli made, per A1. DAIRY pound NEW LAID dozen for ..............45c kinds for t'oiiidrrotr' at lowest market prices. NEW CABBAGE, TURNIPS, BEETS, CARROTS, HOT. HOUSE CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES-etc. A shipment of Royal Ann Cherries from B. C. just-in. Crates weigh' JO pounds gross. Special per crate.....; Office: PhoielZIl THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, rain 62 4r .03 Edmonton, cloudy.......... 70 54 Ked Deer, cloudy -5" .If' Cnlsary, fair 60 43 .48 llacleod, rain 59 45 .98 Saskatoon, cloudy 76 57 Medicine Hat, fair .._..... 82 50 1.46 1'rince Albert, lair 76 54 Hegina, cloudy 75 57 .17 Winnipeg, a'3 Port Arthur, fair 64 14 The weather over the prairie prov- inces lias been- mostly cloudy, with heavy rains at a number of points. FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas- winds, warm and mostly fair with local thunder- storms. and showery. BORN Mr. and .Mrs. W. Lloyd. 3rd Ave. N., a son. DIED infant child of Sir. and Mrs. Alex Lothian (at two Friday, June 25th. MARKETS Fishing Tackle' FORTHE TROUT SEASON ING: JULY 1. We have a new complete stock of Fllhing Rods. Landing Nets. Baiketi, Reeli, Lines, Flies, Fly Books etc. BE SURE OF A CATCH BY USING THE RIGHT OUR KIND. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Third Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Sunday Concert The Minstrel Band, who are playing at the Orphenra will give a patriotic concert in that theatre tomorrow ev- ening at 9 o'clock. SATURDAY'S GRAIN -PRICES Winnipeg, iian., June and closing prices on the local grain exchange today-were: Open Close July 133 Ijp October...... 103% 1025J December 102% 102% Julv 56 October...... 44 43% Flax- July 151) 15HS October.......... 155 156 Closing Cath Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern Xo. 3 No. 2 C. No. 3 C. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed......... No. 2 Feed No. 1 N. W. C No. 2 C. AV Chicano Wheat September Minneapolis Wheat September December 1045s 130 127 122% 1 55% ._ 54 54. 53 150% 1475i Close 103% 101% 11914 103% 103% LOCAL MARKETS S .97 SI 9-00 Transplanted Flowers That's really what Harmony Intense .Extracts are. .The sub- tle odors of so'ni'e of dainti- est flowers have-fceea-faithfully preserved to a rare degree in Harmony. Intense- The these de- licate extracts- has added to, rather than detracted from the original sweetness of the scent that fills the unplucked blos- soms. Harmony Intense Toilet Preparations include Perfume, Sachet and Toilet .Water, and each retains the exquisite fresh- ness and odor of the real flower. You have the choice of sixteen odors in the Perfume, and four each in the Sachet and Toilet Water. Today Only An Ounce of Perfume, any odor, .and The %KCtCt Store LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat, per bus. Oats, per bus per bus i Bariev, per bus BUYING PRICE FOR HAY Xo 1 timothy, baled, ton 516.00 No. .2 timotby, baled, ton 14.00 No 1 prairie timothy, baled, ton UM No 2 prairie timothy, baled, to, BUYING PRICE FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, 3 Ibs. for 25c. Hee.ts, 3jc. Ib. Ciibhage, 4c. )b. Celery, inc. Ib. Carrots, old, 2ic. ft. Carrots, new, -Jc. Ib. lOc. to 208. each. lc. .bunch, lc. bunch. :'ijnions, sivhite, 4c. ft. Parsnips, 2c. Ib. potatoes, H. C., 85e. to bus. I'otatoes, Alberta, 80c. to 8Sc. bus. New I'otatoes. 4 Ibii tor 25c. Radishes, lc. bunch. Rhubarb, 3c. and -ic. ib. Spinach, 8c. Ib. Tomatoes, hot house, 25c. Ib. Tiii'iiilis, oW, 51.50 Turnips, new, 4c. Ib. FRUITS RETAIL PRICES Bananas, I5c. to 20fi. doxen. Gooseberries, 2 boxes for 25c. Gtape fruit, Cc. to 86. each. Lemons, 20c. dozen. Oranges, 15c. to 35c. dozen. Pineapples, 12 Jc. to-20c. each. Strawherries, 2 boxestpr 25c. St-rawberriesj No. 1 quart, boxes. S3. 00 per case. Cherries, boxes, 2 for 25c. FUspberrics, 2 hoxei for 25c. Rexall Orderlies are a safe laxative even for the most delicate woman or child. Sold only by J. D. Higimbothtm The Kexall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c boxes ertisement Band Rehearsal Tomorrow The band will meet at the band rooms tomorrow at 2.30 to run over a programme for July 1. Every mem- ber is. urged to be present to know of arrangements that are made .for that day. Removen to Calgary J. A. Lyle, western traveller for Porter Co., Winnipeg, who has made his headquarters Lcthbrtdge for the past three years, leaves to- day for Qalgary. where he and his family will reside, making that city' his headquarters. Hardieville Temperance Meeting A temperance meeting will be hela In Evans' hall at Hardierille at on Tuesday evening. Rev. G -H, Cob- bledick of Wesley church and Rev. A. H. Denoon of Knox church win de liver addresses. Musical features will be given bj-the North Lethbridge Un- ited choir. Typo Union Competition Clotet The, "label-collecting" competition conducted by the Lethbridge Typo- graphical Union, which has engaged the interest ot'ths boys and girls of the city past month, will close tonight. Labela should 'be neatly done up in a package, with name and address and handed in at the Sons of England hall tonight at from 6.30 to 7.30 -o'clock: Handsome watches, provided the Jew- eler, .will be given as prizes. Knox Music Tomorrow The Knox church choir, under tbe direction of Choirmaster E. P. lay-ton, will .Tender special music in the ev- ening on the occasion of the Masons' annual church parade. The anthem will be "The Life is Past and by Marks; the Halleluiah Chorus "The and a tenor and aaritone duet, "Watchman! What of the will be. rendered by Mesurs. Gray and Fleming. BUSINESS LOCALS When you are asked if you have a machine, tell the person who asks you that before purchasing -you are going to inspect the stock 'of Da- vis machines that and Wad- dington are selling in the old lop Btaud. You can save yourself from to J35 purchase of a ma- chine. Don't "take anybody's word. for it but come arid use own judg- ment! You will delighted. Ut. Flnpictc lIUI IblU Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros, NOTED ORATOfc COMING TO WARNER Clinton N. Howard, the ;notetl Orator and Lecturer, of Rpuhea fer, New York, "ft ill one of his famous Lectures at Warner on TUESDAY June 29th at p.m. in the Evangelical Church Dr. G. E. Burlinghame, of San Francisco, says of Mr. Howard: "I would npt have ijeliev-ed that, there was such a man on the American continent could have delivered such an address H was masterly.' Dr. Chas. M. Sheldon writes: "The most effective speaker in America today It will be a real treat for any .community ciu to hear this; platform oraror. Mr. Ho-tiara concludes his it ine-'V7 in "1e province with this Stops Bake Day Worry Men's Own Westminster Methodist Church Sunday, 4 p.m. Mr. E. R. Forster v SUBJECT: The Present Liquor Ordinance vs. The Pro-posed Liquor Act Amietts Men of all classes invited. If-the opposition will send a speaker Mr. Forster will willing- ly share the tiriie for speaking. Hearty Singing. Come. "Where are the A further Short Discussion will takte Sunday Evening, June 27th Christian Church Corner of 3rd Avenue and 8th Street Any questions received will be answered Speaker: W. G. Asher, Pastor Phone 1674 "THE ENTRANCE OF THY LIGHT" A LECTURE Will be delivered in the Moose Hall, Higin- botham Block, entrance 5th Street and ......2nd Avenue South Sunday, June 27tli at 7.30 p. m. Subject1 'Is the Soul Immortal' (A reply to the sermon of Mr. G. W. Ashcr, delivered last Hunday evening in-the Christian Church) by Mr. Sidney T. Batsford ALL SEATS FREE. NO COLLECTION. QUESTIONS JNVITED. "KNOW THE TRUTH, AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU ;